I Rode with Tupper
Story of writer Tupper Saussy
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Pat Shannan’s memoirs while ‘on the run’ with famed political dissident Tupper Saussy. “It ought to be required reading in order to graduate high school,” says one current political prisoner, “but many high schoolers can’t even read.”
Here is the story of writer Tupper Saussy and his flight from federal persecution. Early during his disappearance underground, Saussy contacted his trusted friend for help. Author and journalist Pat Shannan tells of their traveling together and secret affiliation during Saussy’s 10 + years spent hiding and his own education with an excellent mentor that few can ever claim. The money facts and walk through history in this book are as current today as when they were written. This book is timeless and was the source of Saussy’s problems with the federal government.
Softcover, 217 pages
Excerpt from page 27:
rain falls from only one source--the clouds. Once on earth, it ends up
in many places: 'on deposit' in lakes and oceans; 'in circulation' in
rivers and streams; and eventually, it returns, via evaporation, to the
sky. There is a balance between the amount leaving the earth via
evaporation and the amount returning as rain. Were that not the case, we
would end up either flooded or a desert.
Suppose now that the
only source of rain, the clouds, were to regard the rain which fell upon
the earth as a loan, to be repaid with interest. In other words, more
water would have to be evaporated than provided by rainfall. How could
earth return to an only source more than it was given? That is the
question to ask regarding our money. How can the borrowers of the
country return to the banks more than was borrowed? Principal, after
all, was borrowed. But principal plus interest must be returned. How can
this be done?
It can't, except by borrowing money that that
must be repaid and that's where your government comes up with another
illusory term, 'deficit spending.'
Excerpt from page 101:
Constitutional Republic, such as the United States of America, is set
up with rule by law. The majority rule ends at the ballot box where we
elect our representatives to oversee that Republic and law. Each takes
an oath to “uphold and defend the Constitution of the United States.”
When that republic evolves into a democracy, such as in the United
States today, fifty-one percent can be brainwashed into overriding that
supreme law and force the other forty-nine percent to do whatever. It
then is no longer rule by law (God) but rule by man.